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As a follow-up to the previous post, where we described the existing typologies of insiders, we are now going to delve deeper into a more psychological profiling of these individuals. Firstly, it must be said that scientific research on this type of sample is complicated, for obvious reasons, something which, on the other hand, is very typical when it comes to studying criminals and offenders.
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Lately, enterprises have had to face a very specific type of risk that is increasingly harmful and dangerous for their survival and consists of the problems that can originate in their own IT systems.
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Just imagine that you are strolling down the street near a mailbox and a few feet away you see what appears to be a letter lying on the ground.
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In the beginning, the term hacker had a positive connotation in the computing sector and among programming experts. “Hackers” were considered to be especially skillful and creative in developing programs and highly effective algorithms. Over the years, this positive image gradually changed.
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A group of golfers were asked whether they would feel capable of moving the ball with their hand to place it in a more favorable position. A high percentage of these players said that they would not. Nevertheless, when they were asked whether they would agree to move it with their club or subtly with their foot, the percentage of “honest golfers” dropped drastically. This is a real experiment ...
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Today’s teens form part of Gen Z, young people who were born and raised in the new technology era, who cannot envisage an offline world with no access to the Internet or social media. From an early age, they have juggled with computers, tablets and smartphones, accessories they use in their daily lives. In tandem, data also evidence that cybercrime is increasingly attracting and engaging with the ...
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Paul Graham, one of the foremost experts and educators on the hacker phenomenon, talks about how two of top hackers’ main traits are their curiosity and their capacity for concentration. Hackers are tremendously curious about how things work; this is linked to their ability to program, which basically amounts to making something do what you want it to.
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There’s no question that phishing can be considered the star of the cybercrime world. 
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Identity theft or misappropriation is one of the cybercrimes that has most risen in recent years, causing not only considerable economic losses but also undermining one of the benefits that most major companies have been reaping from the Internet, to be a space for the commercial transactions of the future.
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Since cryptocurrencies came on the scene in late 2008 and early 2009, new malware has gradually emerged that does its utmost to steal users’ wallets and cryptocurrencies. This malware, just like all the others, has steadily evolved, implementing new methods for achieving its goals, as we explain below.
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